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ITS Tutorials: Evernote

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Introductory Tools in the Cloud

Evernote is a cloud-based service, designed for note-taking and archiving. Evernote is supported by a number of operating systems, so it can run on your Windows PC running Microsoft Windows, it can run on your Mac using OS X and it can run on your mobile devices using Android, iOS or WebOS.

Any note can all be sorted into folders, tagged, edited, given comments, searched and exported as part of a notebook.

A note can be any of the following:

Formatted text
A full web page or a portion of a web page
A photograph
A voice memo
A handwritten note
An attachment

Come learn how set up an Evernote account and how to start using the platform so you can have access to your notes wherever you are, whenever you need them from any mobile device.


  • Basic Computer Skills

Tutorial documents:

We are not offering “Evernote” this semester. It was last offered on June 6th, 2013.


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